How to Stream Classic Nickelodeon Shows

Millennials are the types of people who like to watch their favorite TV shows from their childhood. This matches Baby Boomer and Gen X people because of some of their favorite TV shows such as MASH, Hogan’s Heroes and Home Improvement.

However, all of those shows were aired on network television, meaning that they are likely to play on networks like TBS, FX, TNT and many other cable satellite stations that air a lot of network television reruns.

Nickelodeon went through a golden age of cartoons in the early 21st century with shows like Drake and Josh, iCarly, Victorious, Zoey 101 and many others.

People in the two younger demographics (millennials and Gen Z) have been wondering for years on how to stream just those shows. Some of them have occasionally made their way to streaming services like Hulu (Drake and Josh) and Prime Video (previously iCarly).

With that said, we all want convenience in this world and we want something where we open an app and everything we want to watch is there. Apple has tried over the years with their Apple TV app, but even for me, it’s not quite the look and I’m looking for at the moment.

So how can you stream all of these great old Nickelodeon shows? The best option is going to be through the NickHits streaming service. It is a streaming service that has a lot of your favorite shows from the network, both new and old.

Right now, the streaming service can be subscribed to through Amazon Channels and will be coming to Apple TV Channels sometime this year. Amazon Channels can still be accessed through the Prime Video app, which is available on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple TV and Mac.

NickHits currently costs $7.99 a month after a one-week free trial. The streaming service includes shows like iCarly, Spongebob Squarepants, Victorious, Big Time Rush, along with movies such as A Fairly Odd Christmas, Big Time Movie, The Boy Who Cried Werewolf.

David Becker
Author: David Becker

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